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Get hands-on, solution-based courses for building virtualized, cloud-based data centers. Learn how to optimize your network investment through Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) data center workshops and intelligent automation product training.
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Configuring the Cisco Nexus Data Center (CCNDC)
This five day, instructor led, training focuses on designing and configuring a data center network to support a virtual computing environment.
Cisco Nexus Data Center for Virtual Machines (CCNDC-V)
Learn to connect VMware vSphere ESX-based virtual machines to a highly available data center infrastructure that can be used to provide virtualized cloud-based services.
Configuring the Cisco Nexus Data Center Transport (CCNDC-T)
Learn to construct a highly available and modular network infrastructure that can be used to provide virtualized cloud-based services with the Cisco Nexus family of products.
Cisco Data Center CCIE Unified Computing Workshop (DCXUC)
As preparation for the CCIE Data Center Certification lab exam, this course offers complex lab scenarios. These scenarios review detailed configuration, optimization, and integration of protocols and features found in a virtualized data center Unified Computing infrastructure.
Cisco Data Center CCIE Unified Fabric Workshop (DCXUF)
As preparation for the CCIE Data Center Certification lab exam, this five-day, instructor-led course reviews the detailed configuration and optimization of protocols and features found in the data center Unified Fabric. It includes a focus on configuration of Cisco Unified Fabric features available in Cisco NX-OS.
Configuring Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud (DCCIAC)
This is an introduction to designing and configuring computing services, workflows, and portlets built on a platform with three core software components: Cisco Service Portal, Cisco Process Orchestrator, and Cisco Server Provisioner.